India In Pittsburgh: Harish Saluja

He's the co-host of the longest-running Indian music radio program in the country and the founder of the Silk Screen Asian American Film Festival. OnQ's Tonia Caruso introduces Harish and shows how his work is having a big impact on Pittsburgh.

India In Pittsburgh: Harish Saluja aired on Jan 06, 2009.


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